sturmovik wrote:Alright, 'fess up. Which one of you lot boarded without showering?
fallap wrote:Re-open the 757 production line and recycle all existing 737 MAX into new parts. There, Boeing, I saved your company.
I don't see any US3 airline ordering 77X anytime soon. DL: already has the A350-900. I can see them taking A35K if they need a larger aircraft. AA: current plan is to replace 772s with 789s, and AA could also order 78Js. AA may not look for a 77W replacement until the early 2030s - who knows what a...Jump to post
Noise wrote:rjmf22 wrote:Noise wrote:Will the route be served by the ERJ-145?
Seeing as how Seville is in Spain and Newark is in New jersey.....well.
I ask because I believe we're all aware of UA's fondness for using the ERJ-145 for some pretty long routes.
That's a Flex, which doesn't have one. More space for seats. Which will become the standard configuration for the A321 very soon. The NX configuration is a better use of space and is similar to the -900ER/-9/-10 door configuration. I’m not so sure that’ll wind up being true. The NEO pushes toward b...Jump to post
rjmf22 wrote:BWIAirport wrote:N605QX is the first CRJ-700 in the new livery https://www.instagram.com/p/By-wzcbhmEH ... 1s0vka4t9m
Believe this is actually a new CRJ-550.
[photoid][/photoid] Can’t wait. This is proof technology is making the world better and more efficient. All the talk about fatigue and early report times will go away. Drunk, sick and heart attack prone pilots go away. Airlines save $$$$ This is the future. So exciting (and strange at the number of ...Jump to post
It doesn't seem like it's worth the risk to remove pilots from the equation. Their salary is a relatively small component of the overall cost of a flight. Let's be really generous and assume a $300k average salary for a long-haul pilot. At 1000 hours of flying per year, that's $300/hour/pilot to fl...Jump to post
I calculated the average age in years of single-aisle fleet (not including MAXs) 15.8 United 15.5 Delta 14.5 Sun Country 13.3 Allegiant Air 11.8 Southwest 11.1 American 11.0 Hawaiian 10.4 Jetblue 7.6 Alaska Airlines 5.7 Spirit Airlines 3.9 Frontier Airlines -------------------- It has struck me tha...Jump to post
https://beatofhawaii.com/trouble-brewing-at-lax-for-hawaiian-airlines/ According to this article Hawaiian is being forcibly moved to another terminal. How is this possible of their lease isn’t up? And if true what a nightmare for customers! Nightmare for customers? They aren’t moving terminals half...Jump to post
I would also say in some airports with longer taxi time it will save enough fuel to make it reasonable to retract the flaps. Gee, I like your screen-name! LOL How does retracting slats/flaps on the ground save fuel? You've totally lost me on that comment. :? It's mainly about extra drag requiring m...Jump to post
clrd4t8koff wrote:flight152 wrote:What’s the point of this post?
Um, this is an airline forum and a place to post airline topics?? What else would be the point.
What’s the point of your post???
LondonXtreme wrote:The ideal configuration is between 50-60 J seats, 4-5 rows of PE, and no more than 130Y.
I’m sure it’ll be a good 3 days before American gets their operation back on track after this.Jump to post
x1234 wrote:Complete waste of time. It doesn't change anything drastically and I liked the old UA/CO livery better.
Planes4you wrote:DFW is obviously for AA
Keep in mind, especially in the state of Florida and Southeast US, UA has the smallest presence of the US3's.. Thats an uphill battle right there...Florida especially is DL and AA country along with every LCC. They would have to invest heavily in MCO over years to make it work. My 2 cents. Agreed, ...Jump to post
Delta completely owns 3 cities (ATL, DTW, MSP) and faces minimal competition in all 3. These cities all generate a healthy amount of corporate travel, and Delta charges high prices and can get those fares. Furthermore, many markets in the southeast /midwest where Delta flies are completely devoid o...Jump to post
NeBaNi wrote:Here's a quick modification I did on Paint. What do you guys think?
Probably training some private pilot in the right seat. Ha.Jump to post
It appears due to a myriad of issues including the Pakistani Airspace closure, en-route winds, and crew duty limits, United will suspend EWR-DEL (New Delhi) service for approximately two weeks beginning tomorrow, 4/5. Service to BOM (Mumbai) will continue and resume non-stop routings beginning toda...Jump to post
The US has no “flag carriers”Jump to post
Doesn't WN have 737 Classics stored which they can return to service while the MAX situation is resolved? Who would fly them? The pilots are all now MAX/NG certified. Since the FAA didn't approve a classic/NG/MAX cert, the pilots had to give up the classic cert to fly the MAX. Once given up, it as ...Jump to post
Uhhhh. Delta doesn’t operate the 737 max.Jump to post
BWIAirport wrote:In the US you could definitely see Sun Country, Swift, Miami Air and the like picking up some slack.
TTailedTiger wrote:I think the 797 would be a good fit for Southwest. Especially at artificially constrained airports like LGA and DAL.
This Hawaii flying is a nice distraction from all the cancellations. Not even 11am eastern time and up to 97 already today.Jump to post
corn4ahead wrote:Another idea could be to remove runway 10/28. It is very seldomly used and that real estate could be perfect for a new terminal. It would allow the entire road setup to be completely redesigned as well.
kiowa wrote:PlanesNTrains wrote:Plainplane wrote:My first flight on WN will be in less than two weeks, should I be concerned?
About delays or cancellations? Perhaps.
Hopefully Southwest will give their mechanics a contact by then.
Swoop? Flair? I think we should thank the Canadians for coming up with the dumbest sounding airline names.Jump to post
Yup, Skywest used legacy XJT and ASA to gain more profitable routs for Skywest while pushing all of the less profitable 50 seat routs onto XJT. I worked there for nearly 20 years and watched a great company be torn apart by Skywest. Every time we made progress or get close to being profitable we wo...Jump to post
Kiwirob wrote:N14AZ wrote:Correct me if I’m wrong- this is the year 2018. And they are still producing the IL96?!?!
Buy that token why are Boeing still producing 737’s and 747’s designs which are considerably older?
A Jet Blue and Alaska merger certainly could lead to become a mega carrier as that merged carrier will certainly seek new hubs and routes. But I doubt if DOT will approve such a merger, they may not even approve a code share between them. And Southwest is the largest domestic airline and is certain...Jump to post
By definition, there are four (mainline) legacies: AA, DL, UA, AS. this seems to be more of a long-shot wishlist than a question requiring analysis... AS is a legacy airline but it’s no ‘mega carrier’ As far as potential combinations go it’s not a wishlist, personally I think it’s unlikely but I’m ...Jump to post
TVNWZ wrote:OP looking for enlightened tips. Mostly gets ridicule. Pathetic.
How is this the best use of the limited aircraft given they are still flying 50 seaters over 1,000 miles in many cases? Many cases of the 145 used over 1,000 miles? Nope. Not anymore. There are many, or several, however you want to define it, but it's more than a few. From the March 2019 schedule t...Jump to post
Kind of surprised UA has enough slack in the E175 fleet to commit to an all e-jet operation at PAE. Could just be a placeholder I guess, or not. On a side note, looks like mainline is returning to the morning SBA-DEN departure March 31st. They still have 20 175sc on order that have not yet been all...Jump to post
For everyone complaining about the current state of EWR, Do you live there? Its an Airport, Your there for a few hours. Your will survive. Once JFK and LGA are completed, you might see EWR completely redone. JFK and LGA completed??? Is that ever going to happen? Have you been anywhere near LGA rece...Jump to post
Why is this news? Boeing delivers hundreds of 737’s per year.Jump to post